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{SPEAKER name="Audience Member/John Ennis (interpreter)"}
Who is going to voice for me? I will. Last night, I went to the rathskeller and I was trying to tongue, so I gave this to my hearing interpreter.

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Here you play that part. [[laughter]] Just pretend he's a hearing interpreter, and the two of us had--

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Deaf people first, had eye problems later in their life, so we were talking away and the interpreter was holding the stick and we were tea--

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